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RE: Bailiff No 19 on the Hot Seat
Unless S&C gains under Coach Tedford are substantial enough such that the rash of injuries are reduced and the new defense coached by Stewart really makes an impact, I am not seeing 6 wins on the schedule. We play Pitt, Stanford, Army, and UH out of conference; that's brutal. Even if the defense plays well and our secondary shuts down the big play, we have to demonstrate that we can score. At a minimum, we need Samuel Stewart and the Walters to stay healthy (Stewart) and have break out years, and that is not addressing the elephant in the room: who will hand off the ball to them. I don't see how Bailiff survives three straight seasons without going to a bowl game. Someone mentioned sometime ago that one of the coordinators might be a head-coach-in-waiting. Not sure how feasible this notion is, but Stewart would be a compelling look.
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(07-06-2017 08:17 AM)waltgreenberg Wrote:  
(07-06-2017 08:05 AM)OptimisticOwl Wrote:  Hasn't he been on this list forever?[/b]

Yeah, but since this is his last year under contract, one would think this may FINALLY be his due or die, put up or shut up season. 03-banghead

This is not his last season under contract. 2018 is.
07-06-2017 10:37 AM
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(07-06-2017 10:15 AM)Pan95 Wrote:  Unless S&C gains under Coach Tedford are substantial enough such that the rash of injuries are reduced and the new defense coached by Stewart really makes an impact, I am not seeing 6 wins on the schedule. We play Pitt, Stanford, Army, and UH out of conference; that's brutal. Even if the defense plays well and our secondary shuts down the big play, we have to demonstrate that we can score. At a minimum, we need Samuel Stewart and the Walters to stay healthy (Stewart) and have break out years, and that is not addressing the elephant in the room: who will hand off the ball to them. I don't see how Bailiff survives three straight seasons without going to a bowl game. Someone mentioned sometime ago that one of the coordinators might be a head-coach-in-waiting. Not sure how feasible this notion is, but Stewart would be a compelling look.

I think it will depend more on if the handing-off guy can also throw and run.
07-06-2017 11:35 AM
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(07-06-2017 11:35 AM)OptimisticOwl Wrote:  
(07-06-2017 10:15 AM)Pan95 Wrote:  Unless S&C gains under Coach Tedford are substantial enough such that the rash of injuries are reduced and the new defense coached by Stewart really makes an impact, I am not seeing 6 wins on the schedule. We play Pitt, Stanford, Army, and UH out of conference; that's brutal. Even if the defense plays well and our secondary shuts down the big play, we have to demonstrate that we can score. At a minimum, we need Samuel Stewart and the Walters to stay healthy (Stewart) and have break out years, and that is not addressing the elephant in the room: who will hand off the ball to them. I don't see how Bailiff survives three straight seasons without going to a bowl game. Someone mentioned sometime ago that one of the coordinators might be a head-coach-in-waiting. Not sure how feasible this notion is, but Stewart would be a compelling look.

I think it will depend more on if the handing-off guy can also throw and run.

Yes, I agree, that is why I stated "at a minimum."
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If kingsbury or Beaty get fired, what do you think about either as a replacement for Bailiff?

I would say yes
07-06-2017 12:04 PM
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Beaty just got a contract extension and beat Texas in November. He's fine. Kingsbury is definitely on the hot seat.
07-06-2017 12:13 PM
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(07-06-2017 11:35 AM)OptimisticOwl Wrote:  I think it will depend more on if the handing-off guy can also throw and run.

The HOG; I like it. That would make the backup QBs the HOG TOGs.
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(07-06-2017 12:13 PM)Fort Bend Owl Wrote:  Beaty just got a contract extension and beat Texas in November. He's fine. Kingsbury is definitely on the hot seat.

If Kingsbury doesn't survive this season as HC his immediate future would be as an OC at a P5. I don't think we could match that kind of salary as our HC.
But, hey, maybe I'm wrong.
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If kingsbury or Beaty get fired, what do you think about either as a replacement for Bailiff?

I would say yes
07-06-2017 05:30 PM
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(07-06-2017 05:30 PM)texowl2 Wrote:  If kingsbury or Beaty get fired, what do you think about either as a replacement for Bailiff?

I would say yes

Kingsbury - No
Beaty - is this the same guy that the parliament thought was stupid and useless? And now we want him because Kansas fires him? No.
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